Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 6 and Version 5 of Kris Wines, N7 9LW
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|Kris Wines was an excellent off licence at the top of York Way, about halfway between [[Kentish Town Station]] and [[Caledonian Road Station]]. It [https://twitter.com/CarsmileSteve/status/1076478148911554562 closed down] in late 2018.
||An excellent off licence at the top of York Way, about halfway between [[Kentish Town Station]] and [[Caledonian Road Station]].
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An excellent off licence at the top of York Way, about halfway between [[Kentish Town Station]] and [[Caledonian Road Station]].
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category='Featured Article,Now Closed'
category='American Beer,Belgian Beer,Featured Article,German Beer,Interesting Booze Shops,Needs New Photo,Off Licences'
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locale='Kentish Town,Lower Holloway,N7'
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summary='Now closed; was an excellent beer merchant on York Way.'
phone='020 7607 4871'
website='' summary='Excellent beer merchant on York Way.'
As emphasised by its subtitle, "The Craft Beer Shop", Kris Wines very much specialises in beers, which come from all over Britain and around the world. There are a huge number of Belgian, German and European beers (including many by trendy brewers such as Mikkeller in Denmark), as well as from the United States, Australia and other countries. Beers fill up a full two walls of the shop from floor to ceiling, while wines occupy the other side, and spirits are behind the counter.
Ewan's verdict: An essential beer lovers' pilgrimage spot in London.
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